Kipiis Bib Clips let you make anything a bib – napkin, cloth diaper, kitchen towel. Just clip the two rounded fasteners onto whatever’s handy, adjust the back – and voilà!
I think this is a great idea, especially for our messy little eaters. You can just clip on a paper towel and throw it away after every feeding session. However, I can’t see myself spending $14.99 on this.
I bought this safety clip from Daiso for $2 and I’ve been using it like the Kipiis Bib Clip for about 4 years now. They pretty much work the same way. I use it to clip on a wash cloth or paper napkin when we’re eating out. I’ve also used it to clip a toy or blanket to the stroller or on my baby’s shirt. It doesn’t have an adjustable strap like the Kipiis, but it has a stretchable plastic coil which makes it quite handy when baby’s tugging on the toy or makeshift bib.
The only downside is that it can’t clip anything wider than a thin washcloth. But, seriously, for $2, I say it’s a pretty good deal.